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5. (1) This article applies to an appeal from a decision which is appealable under a provision of the Society’s licensing rules.
(2) On an appeal to which this article applies, the Tribunal may—
(a)affirm the Society’s decision in whole or in part;
(b)quash the Society’s decision in whole or in part;
(c)substitute for all or part of the Society’s decision another decision of a kind that the Society could have taken;
(d)remit a matter to the Society (generally, or for determination in accordance with a finding made or direction given by the Tribunal).
(3) A party to the appeal may appeal to the High Court on a point of law arising from the decision of the Tribunal, but only with the permission of the High Court.
(4) On an appeal under paragraph (3) the High Court may make such order as it thinks fit.
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